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High performance features are required of the concrete for the deck slab of the bridge over Öresund Straight between Denmark and Sweden and, among them, great durability. To guarantee this, it is necessary to assure, in advance, and control during the construction of the deck slabs, that the...
In this study, we proposed a concept of virtual and real-field construction management systems (VR-Coms), which is integrated with virtual construction simulation, planning, scheduling, and performance management systems to evaluate productivity and safety in virtual simulated and real-field...
The construction industry demands a productivity increase that cannot be attained by means of traditional methods for masonry that have already reached their system limits and cannot contribute to further effectiveness. Further rationalisation can only be achieved by the reduction of labour and...
The aim of this applied research project is a cleaning robot which automatically cleans the outside of windows on a facade with vertical jambs and horizontal bars. The facade has to possess certain constructive properties. This “interface” enables the cleaning robot — which is detachable...
This paper is about the “Computer Integrated Road Construction” (CIRC) project, which is a Brite-EuRam III funded project, lasting 1997–1999, aiming at introducing a new generation of control and monitoring tools for road pavements construction. These new tools are designed to bring on the...
Owner manufacturers have implemented enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems in large numbers and expect facility planners and operators to further exploit the work process integration tool as well. This development has significant implications on the engineering and construction industry and...
Work at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) on laser radar imaging of a construction site is described. The objective of the NIST research is to make measurements required in a construction project quicker and cheaper than current practice and to do so without impacting...
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